Prohibition jazz played as it should be:
Fast and Louche!
That's right, dear reader! Top Shelf Jazz restore the era of the monocle, correspondent shoes and PG Wodehouse; followed by a wild romp in the back house with the boys.
A heady mix of crooning melodies, filthy swing and rakish banter served up with an exhilharating cocktail of kazoo solos, anarchist misconduct and safari suits.
Hailing from Wales, and now inciting bedlam in London and Europe, the band have left their mark on many a venue (and not a few swooning ladies!) with their delicious Art Decodence! Imagine, if you dare, a tea party laced with bootleg gin and wild abandon!
"The best thing to come out of Wales since the M4 Motorway"
~ Jonah Flatfoot - The Zen Hussies
01 Puttin' on the Ritz
02 The Sheik of Araby
03 Let's Misbehave (Live)
05 My Silent Love
06 Istanbul (not Constantinople)
07 With Plenty of Money and You (Live)
08 Miss Josephine
09 Gentlemen in Squalor
10 I Can't Dance (Live)
11 Blue Skies around the Corner